Michigan Republican Party Chair Bobby Schostak looks back at Decision 2014 on this Nov. 16, 2014 episode of “To The Point.”
Customers crowded several businesses Saturday, preparing for another blast of winter weather.
As more and more people are giving up the shovel, demand for snow plowing services is growing.
Winter is the time of year when some people experience seasonal affective disorder, or SAD.
Same-sex couples seeking the right to marry are asking the Supreme Court to settle the issue of gay marriage nationwide.
Advocates say more than 1.5 million Michigan workers can’t take a paid sick day when they are ill.
Kent County is testing new green emergency lights that it hopes to use on its snow plows to decrease the number of crashes.
A task force is searching several Oceana County lakes for the body of a missing woman believed to have been murdered.
The first blast of wintry weather was a reminder to put good snow- and ice-driving habits back into practice.
The Michigan Senate has voted to double the state gasoline tax over four years to raise at least $1 billion to fix roads.
Grand Rapids received an average score from an LGBT civil rights group that rates cities on how inclusive they are.
A judge has thrown out a Michigan law that bars public schools and local governments from offering benefits to same-sex partners.
Michigan motorists are being encouraged to keep an eye out for deer as the state’s firearms deer hunting season approaches
The National Weather Service says more than 3 1/2 feet of snow has fallen on parts of the Upper Peninsula in a record-setting storm.
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